9780314155122

Cyberlaw - Problems of Policy and Jurisprudence in the Information Age

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    9780314155122

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    0314155120

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2004-07-26
  • Publisher: West Group

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This law school casebook starts from the premise that cyberlaw is not simply a set of legal rules governing online interaction, but a lens through which broader issues can be re-examined. The book goes beyond simply plugging Internet-related cases into a series of pre-existing categories, instead emphasizing conceptual debates that cut across the areas of doctrine touched by cyberspace. It also uses the rise of the Internet to encourage readers to reconsider various assumptions in traditional legal doctrine, providing training in Internet-related legal issues while making the argument that cyberlaw is a coherent and useful field of study.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments iii
Table of Cases
xvii
Table of Authorities
xxv
Introduction
1(24)
Why Cyberlaw?
2(10)
Cyberspace and the Law of the Horse
2(2)
Frank H. Easterbrook
The Law of the Horse: What Cyberlaw Might Teach
4(6)
Lawrence Lessig
Notes and Questions
10(2)
Our Approach
12(1)
Internet Basics
13(12)
American Civil Liberties Union v. Reno
14(7)
Notes and Questions
21(4)
Problems of Metaphor and Analogy: Introductory Case Studies
25(48)
Introduction
25(2)
Trespass to Chattels in Cyberspace
27(21)
eBay, Inc. v. Bidder's Edge, Inc.
27(5)
Notes and Questions
32(2)
Intel Corporation v. Hamidi
34(12)
Notes and Questions
46(2)
Consumer Confusion and Online Trademarks
48(18)
Brookfield Communications, Inc. v. West Coast Entertainment Corp.
48(7)
Notes and Questions
55(1)
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. v. Bucci
56(7)
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals v. Doughney
63(2)
Notes and Questions
65(1)
Internet Access and Content Filtering in Public Libraries
66(7)
Mainstream Loudoun v. Board of Trustees of the Loudoun County Public Library
66(4)
Notes and Questions
70(3)
Problems of Geography and Sovereignty
73(160)
Introduction
73(2)
The Theoretical Debate
75(18)
Law and Borders---The Rise of Law in Cyberspace
75(5)
David R. Johnson
David G. Post
The Internet and the Abiding Significance of Territorial Sovereignty
80(5)
Jack L. Goldsmith
Against Cyberanarchy
85(2)
Jack L. Goldsmith
Against ``Against Cyberanarchy''
87(5)
David G. Post
Notes and Questions
92(1)
Jurisdiction to Prescribe
93(42)
Note on Jurisdiction
93(1)
Extraterritorial Regulation of Speech
94(1)
American Civil Liberties Union v. Reno
94(5)
Ashcroft v. American Civil Liberties Union
99(4)
Notes and Questions
103(1)
La Ligue Contre le Racisme et l'Antisemitisme v. Yahoo!, Inc.
104(1)
Notes and Questions
105(2)
The ``Dormant'' Commerce Clause
107(1)
American Libraries Association v. Pataki
107(6)
Washington v. Heckel
113(5)
Notes and Questions
118(3)
Taxation of Inter-Jurisdictional Activity
121(1)
Quill Corporation v. North Dakota
122(5)
In the Matter of the Petition for Redetermination under the Sales and Use Tax Law of Borders Online, Inc.
127(4)
Notes and Questions
131(1)
Choice of Law: E-Commerce and Copyright Disputes
132(1)
Note on International E-Commerce Disputes
132(1)
Note on International Copyright Disputes
133(1)
The Cyberian Captivity of Copyright: Territoriality and Authors' Rights in a Networked World
134(1)
Jane C. Ginsburg
Jurisdiction to Adjudicate
135(32)
The United States Personal Jurisdiction Inquiry
135(1)
Introductory Note
135(3)
Asahi Metal Industry Co. v. Superior Court of California
138(7)
Notes and Questions
145(1)
Jurisdiction Based on Online Interaction
146(1)
Inset Systems, Inc. v. Instruction Set, Inc.
146(2)
Notes and Questions
148(1)
Zippo Manufacturing Co. v. Zippo Dot Com, Inc.
149(4)
Notes and Questions
153(3)
Winfield Collection, Ltd. v. McCauley
156(2)
Notes and Questions
158(1)
Young v. New Haven Advocate
159(4)
Notes and Questions
163(1)
The Globalization of Jurisdiction
164(2)
Paul Schiff Berman
Notes and Questions
166(1)
The Power to Enforce
167(31)
Judgment Recognition and the Power of Persuasion
167(1)
Yahoo!, Inc. v. La Ligue Contre le Racisme et l'Antisemitisme
168(5)
Notes and Questions
173(2)
Citron v. Zundel
175(3)
Notes and Questions
178(1)
The Creation of Uniform International Rules
179(1)
Extraterritorial Criminal Investigation and Enforcement
180(1)
Chasing Bits Across Borders
181(4)
Patricia L. Bellia
The Internet and the Legitimacy of Remote Cross-Border Searches
185(3)
Jack L. Goldsmith
Notes and Questions
188(1)
United States v. Verdugo-Urquidez
189(5)
Notes and Questions
194(1)
United States v. Gorshkov
195(2)
Notes and Questions
197(1)
Internationalization of Legal Regimes: Domain Names as Trademarks
198(35)
Note on the Domain Name System
200(2)
Personal Jurisdiction over Domain Name Disputes
202(1)
America Online, Inc. v. Chih-Hsien Huang
202(6)
Notes and Questions
208(1)
In Rem Jurisdiction over Domain Name Disputes
209(1)
Cable News Network L.P. v. Cnnews.com
210(3)
Notes and Questions
213(1)
GlobalSantaFe v. Globalsantafe.com
214(9)
Notes and Questions
223(2)
Non-Territorial Adjudication of Domain Name Disputes: ICANN and the Problem of Legitimacy
225(1)
Governing Cyberspace, or Where is James Madison When We Need Him?
225(6)
David G. Post
Notes and Questions
231(2)
Problems of Legal versus Technological Regulation
233(102)
Introduction
233(1)
The Effect of Technology on State Power
234(15)
Foucault in Cyberspace: Surveillance, Sovereignty, and Hardwired Censors
234(6)
James Boyle
Notes and Questions
240(1)
Experts' Report, La Ligue Contre le Racisme et l'Antisemitisme v. Yahoo!, Inc.
241(5)
National Football League v. TVRadioNow Corp.
246(2)
Notes and Questions
248(1)
The Effect of Technology on Legal Rules
249(63)
Government Surveillance
250(1)
Surveillance Techniques and Technological Change
250(1)
Olmstead v. United States
250(1)
Katz v. United States
250(7)
Notes and Questions
257(1)
Kyllo v. United States
258(5)
Notes and Questions
263(1)
Destabilizing Changes in Surveillance Technology
264(1)
Note on the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act
265(1)
Note on Encryption Technology
266(3)
Copyright Protection
269(1)
Introductory Note
269(1)
Infringement-Facilitating Devices
270(1)
Sony Corporation of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc.
271(6)
Notes and Questions
277(1)
Note on Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
277(3)
Real Networks, Inc. v. Streambox, Inc.
280(5)
Notes and Questions
285(1)
Universal City Studios, Inc. v. Corley
286(15)
Notes and Questions
301(2)
Digital Rights Management Systems
303(2)
Fair Use Infrastructure for Rights Management Systems
305(2)
Dan L. Burk
Julie E. Cohen
Fair Use vs. Fared Use: The Impact of Automated Rights Management on Copyright's Fair Use Doctrine
307(2)
Tom W. Bell
Lochner in Cyberspace: The New Economic Orthodoxy of ``Rights Management''
309(1)
Julie E. Cohen
Notes and Questions
310(2)
The Effect of Law on Technological Innovation: Domain Names and the Market for Search Tools
312(23)
Net Regulation: Taking Stock and Looking Forward
313(3)
Yochai Benkler
Notes and Questions
316(1)
Holiday Inns, Inc. v. 800 Reservation, Inc.
317(5)
Notes and Questions
322(1)
Panavision International, L.P. v. Toeppen
323(4)
Notes and Questions
327(1)
Note on the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act
328(1)
Electronics Boutique Holdings Corp. v. Zuccarini
329(3)
Notes and Questions
332(3)
Problems of ``Public'' versus ``Private'' Regulation
335(126)
Introduction
335(1)
The ``State Action'' Doctrine and Its Critics
336(22)
Marsh v. Alabama
337(3)
Notes and Questions
340(1)
Amalgamated Food Employees Union v. Logan Valley Plaza, Inc.
341(4)
Lloyd Corporation v. Tanner
345(6)
Hudgens v. National Labor Relations Board
351(3)
Notes and Questions
354(1)
Cyberspace and the ``State Action'' Debate: The Cultural Value of Applying Constitutional Norms to ``Private'' Regulation
355(2)
Paul Schiff Berman
Notes and Questions
357(1)
The Role of Private Regulatory Entities in Cyberspace
358(34)
Standard-Setting Bodies
359(1)
Internet Governance, Standard Setting, and Self-Regulation
359(3)
Philip J. Weiser
Notes and Questions
362(1)
ICANN
362(1)
Wrong Turn in Cyberspace: Using ICANN to Route Around the APA and the Constitution
363(6)
A. Michael Froomkin
Notes and Questions
369(2)
Corporate Self-Help
371(1)
Cyber Promotions, Inc. v. America Online, Inc.
371(4)
Notes and Questions
375(1)
Worries About Big Brother at America Online
376(4)
Amy Harmon
Notes and Questions
380(2)
Individual Self-Help
382(1)
MAPS Can Be a Roadblock to E-Mail Access
383(2)
Nick Wingfield
The Spam Wars
385(1)
Lawrence Lessig
Of Black Holes and Decentralized Law-Making in Cyberspace
386(3)
David G. Post
Notes and Questions
389(3)
Government Regulation versus Private Filtering
392(69)
Government Regulation of Sexually Explicit Speech
392(2)
Ginsberg v. New York
394(2)
FCC v. Pacifica Foundation
396(7)
Notes and Questions
403(1)
Sable Communications of California, Inc. v. FCC
403(5)
Notes and Questions
408(1)
Renton v. Playtime Theaters, Inc.
408(1)
Notes and Questions
408(4)
Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union
412(15)
Notes and Questions
427(2)
Filtering Sexually Explicit Speech
429(1)
Rating the Net
430(6)
Jonathan Weinberg
Notes and Questions
436(1)
Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace
437(4)
Lawrence Lessig
Notes and Questions
441(2)
Use of Filtering Technology in Public Settings
443(2)
Note on the Children's Internet Protection Act
445(1)
United States v. American Library Association, Inc.
446(12)
Notes and Questions
458(3)
Problems of Speakers and Conduits
461(94)
Introduction
461(2)
Regulation of Media Entities
463(27)
Red Lion Broadcasting Co. v. FCC
464(5)
Notes and Questions
469(1)
Miami Herald Publishing Co. v. Tornillo
469(4)
Notes and Questions
473(1)
Note on Must-Carry Requirements
473(1)
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. v. FCC
474(10)
Notes and Questions
484(1)
Why the State?
485(4)
Owen M. Fiss
Notes and Questions
489(1)
Open Access
490(8)
AT & T Corporation v. City of Portland
492(1)
Comcast Cablevision of Broward County v. Broward County
493(5)
Notes and Questions
498(1)
The Role of Internet Service Providers and Other Intermediaries
498(57)
Liability for Defamatory Content
499(1)
Cubby, Inc. v. CompuServe, Inc.
499(2)
Stratton Oakmont, Inc. v. Prodigy Services Co.
501(3)
Notes and Questions
504(1)
Note on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act
504(2)
Zeran v. America Online, Inc.
506(6)
Blumenthal v. Drudge
512(4)
Notes and Questions
516(2)
Copyright Liability
518(1)
Religious Technology Center v. Netcom On-Line Communication Services
518(7)
Notes and Questions
525(1)
Note on Section 512 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
526(3)
Notes and Questions
529(1)
A & M Records, Inc. v. Napster, Inc.
530(9)
Notes and Questions
539(1)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios v. Grokster, Ltd.
540(9)
Notes and Questions
549(1)
Trademark Liability
550(1)
Gucci America, Inc. v. Hall & Associates
550(4)
Notes and Questions
554(1)
Problems of Control over Information
555(128)
Introduction
555(1)
Control of Individual Identity and Anonymity
556(15)
McIntyre v. Ohio Elections Commission
556(5)
Notes and Questions
561(1)
In re Subpoena Duces Tecum to America Online, Inc.
562(2)
Doe v. 2TheMart.com Inc.
564(4)
Notes and Questions
568(3)
Control of Personal Communications and Data
571(62)
Government Surveillance of Electronic Communications and Related Information
573(1)
Berger v. New York
574(2)
Notes and Questions
576(1)
Interception of Wire, Oral, and Electronic Communications
576(3)
Notes and Questions
579(1)
Note on Protection of Stored Electronic Communications
580(1)
United States v. Miller
581(2)
Notes and Questions
583(1)
Note on the Stored Communications Access Provisions of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act
584(1)
Stored Communications and Transactional Records Access
585(2)
Notes and Questions
587(1)
Smith v. Maryland
588(3)
Note on Routing and Addressing Information in Connection with Electronic Communications
591(2)
Pen Registers and Trap and Trace Devices
593(1)
Notes and Questions
594(1)
Employer Monitoring
595(1)
Fraser v. Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co.
596(2)
Smyth v. Pillsbury Co.
598(2)
Notes and Questions
600(1)
Konop v. Hawaiian Airlines, Inc.
601(3)
Notes and Questions
604(1)
Transaction-Based Monitoring: Online Profiling and the Collection and Use of Personal Data
605(1)
The Contours of a ``Right'' to Data Privacy
606(1)
Privacy as Intellectual Property?
607(3)
Pamela Samuelson
Notes and Questions
610(1)
Examined Lives: Informational Privacy and the Subject as Object
611(3)
Julie E. Cohen
Notes and Questions
614(1)
Online Profiling: The Legal Framework
614(1)
Federal Trade Commission, Online Profiling: A Report to Congress
615(3)
Notes and Questions
618(1)
In re DoubleClick, Inc. Privacy Litigation
618(8)
Notes and Questions
626(1)
Dwyer v. American Express Co.
627(2)
Notes and Questions
629(1)
Note on the Federal Trade Commission Act and the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
629(1)
Notes and Questions
630(3)
Control of Access to Data and Network Resources
633(24)
Ticketmaster Corporation v. Tickets.com, Inc.
634(5)
Register.com, Inc. v. Verio, Inc.
639(5)
Notes and Questions
644(1)
Note on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
645(1)
United States v. Morris
646(4)
Notes and Questions
650(1)
America Online, Inc. v. LCGM, Inc.
650(2)
Notes and Questions
652(1)
EF Cultural Travel BV v. Explorica, Inc.
652(4)
Notes and Questions
656(1)
Control of Online Contracting
657(26)
Forum Selection Clauses
658(1)
Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc. v. Shute
658(2)
Caspi v. Microsoft Network, L.L.C.
660(2)
Comb v. Paypal, Inc.
662(4)
Notes and Questions
666(1)
Substantive Contractual Terms
667(1)
ProCD, Inc. v. Zeidenberg
667(3)
Notes and Questions
670(6)
Specht v. Netscape Communications Corp.
676(1)
Notes and Questions
676(1)
Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act
677(2)
Notes and Questions
679(4)
Problems of Cultural Change
683(52)
Introduction
683(1)
Cyberspace as Metaphor
684(19)
Life on the Screen
685(4)
Sherry Turkle
Notes and Questions
689(1)
Western Frontier or Feudal Society?: Metaphors and Perceptions of Cyberspace
689(6)
Alfred C. Yen
Notes and Questions
695(1)
The Talmud and the Internet
696(6)
Jonathan Rosen
Notes and Questions
702(1)
Cyberspace, Community, and Globalization
703(13)
The Globalization of Jurisdiction
704(4)
Paul Schiff Berman
Whose Republic?
708(4)
Anupam Chander
Community in the Abstract: A Political and Ethical Dilemma?
712(3)
Michele Wilson
Notes and Questions
715(1)
Cyberspace and the Formation of Law and Policy
716(19)
The Future of Ideas
717(5)
Lawrence Lessig
Notes and Questions
722(1)
Governing Cyberspace
723(3)
David G. Post
Notes and Questions
726(1)
So Much for the Magic of Technology and the Free Market: The World Wide Web and the Corporate Media System
726(7)
Robert McChesney
Notes and Questions
733(2)
Index 735

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